Rid your wardrobe of unwanted pests
Clothes moths are a common problem in wardrobes and pantries in many homes. The caterpillar larvae of this moth are considered a serious pest. They feed on cotton, linen, silk and wool fabrics as well as furs; feathers and hair, bran, semolina and flour (possibly preferring wheat flour) and biscuits. They are attracted to carpeting and clothing that contains human sweat or other liquids which have been spilled onto them. They are attracted to these areas not for the food but for the moisture.